In The News
In The News
From Employee to Entrepreneur: A Job Training Success Story
May 6, 2021
West Palm Beach resident Diumar Camacho struggled to find a job that fulfilled him mentally and financially. Despite spending...
Broward Center Announces Free Virtual Sensory-Friendly All Abilities Events
March 8, 2021
With the goal of bringing the community together with inclusive and engaging arts experiences, the Broward...
Yale Study Shows Combined Liver-Cytokine Humanization Rescues Circulating Red Blood Cells for Testing of Novel Therapeutics
March 4, 2021
In a new study by the Yale Department of Immunobiology an Yale Cancer Center, researchers report combined liver and...
Museum's Mobile Can Trying to "Ignite The Spark" for STEM Studies
February 11, 2021
The Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale is bringing STEM education to young people and students...
Arsht Center Technical Theater Apprenticeship Program Continues Hands-On Career Training
January 26, 2021
The Arsht Center's Technical Theater Apprenticeship Program helps to address an industry-wide disparity.
"They allowed me to stay in my home": Habitat for Humanity Program Makes Repairs for Area Seniors
January 15, 2021
Under its Aging in Place program, Habitat for Humanity repairs homes for low-income seniors in ways that allow them to stay in...
UF Nursing Opens Leading-edge Simulation and Learning Lab
January 13, 2021
University of Florida College of Nursing students and faculty can now hone their skills using the latest technology in patient...
Santaluces Community High School Prepares Students for Careers in Cybersecurity
November 24, 2020
Palm Beach County students have a new opportunity to learn job-ready skills in the rapidly growing field of cybersecurity...
Education Foundation Awards $116K In Teacher Grants
October 13, 2020
Continuing its tradition of supporting teachers, the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County recently awarded $116,000 in GoTeach...
New "Dignity In Aging" Grants Help Broward Seniors Overcome Isolation During Pandemic
July 8, 2020
Staying home to avoid the coronavirus threatened to leave Holocaust survivor Susanna Moore, 81, feeling isolated...
Coronavirus Florida: Palm Beachers Support Covid-19 Relief Initiatives
April 13, 2020
Generous donations from Palm Beach residents, and from the community at large, continue to pour into two emergency funds...